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Your Xbox One now takes game screenshots and suggests friends

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
March 10, 2015
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The long-teased Xbox One March update is finally here, and it's bringing some features that you may have missed if you're familiar with the PlayStation 4. You can now take screenshots of whatever you're doing, whether it's to brag about your score (through messages or Twitter), set a custom background or save it to OneDrive for posterity. It should also be easier to both find and recognize friends. There's now a suggested friends list, and you can share your real name if buddies wouldn't know who you are based on your gamertag alone. Between these and more Xbox-specific updates (such as tile transparency controls and spam reporting), you'll probably want to upgrade your Xbox as soon as you can -- if just so you can rub your victories in your rivals' faces.

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